Design and implementation of stakeholder-driven initiatives that contribute to the goal of a sustainable world with net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate change and sustainable development are closely interlinked. Many countries are therefore developing strategies to integrate climate objectives into their national development goals. We support the development of national or sector specific low-emission economic growth strategies and the implementation of their building blocks such as Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). This includes the analysis of mitigation options and their associated climate and development benefits, the conceptualisation of policy measures and programmes and the development of associated institutional structures and capacities for their implementation.We support stakeholder-driven initiatives and collaborate closely with local experts to make best use of local, national and international knowledge and expertise in the area of climate change and sustainable development. In addition to national work experience, NewClimate experts have supported climate initiatives around the world, including in Argentina, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Georgia, India Lebanon, Malawi, Maldives, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, Samoa, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda and Vietnam.
Scaling up waste-to-energy activities in the Peruvian agricultural sector: The objective of the NAMA is to promote the scaling up of self-supply waste-to-energy technologies in the Peruvian agricultural sector to contribute to rural sustainable development and to global climate change mitigation. Return to all expertise and projects NewClimate Institute supported the Peruvian government to develop… Read More
Understanding how and where NAMAs succeed: As NAMAs are advancing from the concept phase towards operationalization a main challenge will be to ensure that this happens in an internationally coordinated manner while simultaneously allowing for diversity in national actions. Return to all expertise and projects This research project undertaken by a consortium consisting of NewClimate… Read More
NewClimate Institute supported a NAMA training in the Maldives organised by the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The training gave the participants an understanding of the concept of NAMAs in the international and the domestic context. It highlighted specific aspects to be considered for the development of NAMAs, for example, financing and MRV. During the… Read More
Assessing the achieved and missed co-benefits of countries’ Intended Nationally Determined Contributions
Technical assistance to the Government of Uganda for the preparation of the mitigation component of the INDC.
Support for the preparation of the INDC for the waste and agriculture sectors
Identification of good practice case studies on the development and implementation of LEDS, NAMAs, INDCs and MRV systems across the world
Supporting the ‘Plan Solaire’, aiming to generate 30% of Tunisia’s electricity using renewables by 2030. Return to all expertise and projects NewClimate Institute is supporting the development of a NAMA for the Tunisian Solar Plan (PST). The project is conducted under the leadership of the Tunisian company ALCOR on behalf of UNDP funded by the… Read More
Analysing the benefits of potential climate change mitigation for cities. Return to all expertise and projects NewClimate Institute has partnered with C40 Cities to conduct a quantitative analysis of the benefits of potential climate change mitigation actions for cities. Mitigation measures in the building and transport sector, as well as in urban planning, are identified… Read More
This CDI Practice Paper addresses the role of tools in supporting interventions to achieve the ‘triple wins’ of adaptation, mitigation and development. Over recent years there has been a proliferation of guidance tools to support adaptation or mitigation, increasingly in a development context, but little work on the role tools play in helping to bridge the gap between these three areas in practice.